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signal_handling.hpp File Reference

GAMBIT signal handling functions. More...

#include <signal.h>
#include <chrono>
#include <setjmp.h>
#include "yaml-cpp/yaml.h"
#include "exceptions.hpp"
#include "local_info.hpp"
#include "gambit/Utils/mpiwrapper.hpp"
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Classes

class  Gambit::SignalData
 Variables for use in signal handlers. More...
 

Namespaces

 Gambit
 TODO: see if we can use this one:
 

Functions

std::string Gambit::signal_name (int sig)
 Translate signal codes to strings. More...
 
EXPORT_SYMBOLS SignalData & Gambit::signaldata ()
 Retrieve global instance of signal handler options struct. More...
 
void Gambit::set_signal_handler (const YAML::Node &keyvalnode, const int sig, const std::string &def_mode)
 Choose signal handler for a given signal via yaml file option. More...
 
void Gambit::sighandler_soft (int sig)
 Signal handler functions. More...
 

Detailed Description

GAMBIT signal handling functions.

I have tried to make these standards conformant, however I suspect that they are not, and the emergency signal handlers definitely are not. Nevertheless, they seem to work well, and the emergency shutdown handlers are intended for emergencies only (when a clean shutdown is not possible), so non-conformance is the least of our problems in that situation. The "soft" shutdown handler should be at least very close to conformant I think, though there are some more steps that could be taken to improve this if it turns out to be an issue.


Authors (add name and date if you modify):

Author
Ben Farmer (ben.f.nosp@m.arme.nosp@m.r@gma.nosp@m.il.c.nosp@m.om)
Date
2015 Oct

Definition in file signal_handling.hpp.